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inclusivity

Taxis are flying the flag for inclusivity in mobility

Safa Alkateb, CEO of Autocab, argues that taxis are the ones flying the flag for inclusivity, and highlights what the rest of the transport industry can learn from them.
vehicle emissions

HS2 goes one step closer in tackling vehicle emissions

All diesel HGVs working the length of the HS2 project will be powered by the cleanest available Euro VI engines, going beyond current vehicle emissions standards set here in the UK.
Charity of Choice, DVLA

DVLA choose Tŷ Olwen as Charity of Choice for 2019

DVLA staff in Swansea are gearing up for an exciting year of fundraising for Tŷ Olwen after choosing them as their Charity of Choice for 2019.
environment vision, sustainability

Greater Manchester: radical environmental vision

Greater Manchester’s leaders announced bold environmental vision for the city-region, despite ongoing national Brexit uncertainty.
Oepn Access Government 21 - January 2019

Open Access Government January 2019

Open Access Government January 2019 features a number of high-quality articles on government policy issues from all around the world, including health and social care, research and innovation, education, transport, environment, energy, ICT, blockchain innovation, government, as well as legal affairs.
breathalysing

Breathalysing on the rise during Christmas period

As the countdown to Christmas begins, drivers are being warned they are nearly three times more likely to be breathalysed in December than a normal month
organic waste

Synthetic fuels and green hydrogen from organic waste biomass

The ToSynFuel project concerns synthetic fuels and green hydrogen from organic waste biomass.
potholes

How bad is the UK’s problem with potholes?

Vindis explores just how bad the UK’s roads are as a result of potholes 
drunk driver

Only 40% of motorists would report a drunk driver

Only four out of ten UK motorists would call the Police if they thought a car was being driven by a drunk driver, new research has found
roadworks

Highways England to lift roadworks during Christmas period

Highways England is doing its bit to help people get home for Christmas as it prepares to lift more than 200 miles of roadworks in time for the festive getaway
waterloo

Waterloo Station busiest in Britain for 15th year

Waterloo is the busiest station in Britain for the 15th consecutive year, despite the total number of passenger entries and exits falling by five million to 94.4 million
rail signalling

The challenges of a new rail signalling system in Denmark

Danish Minister for Transport, Building and Housing, Ole Birk Olesen, explains the introduction of a new rail signalling system for the country, including the challenges when it comes to the successful deployment of ERTMS
Urban Air Mobility

County Durham joins leading European communities in Urban Air Mobility Initiative

County Durham has joined a network of innovative cities and regions across Europe in an initiative to nurture the development of airborne smart mobility, which includes services such as air taxis and ambulances delivering medical equipment
global technology centre

GKN announces new Global Technology Centre to open in Bristol

The Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, Greg Clark, and the Chief Executive of GKN Aerospace has revealed plans for GKN Aerospace’s new Global Technology Centre in the UK.
breathalysers

Car breathalysers supported by public to prevent drink driving

New research has revealed that 90% of drivers would support breathalysers being installed in cars to prevent drink driving
train fares

Rail fares to rise 3.1% in the New Year, announces Rail Delivery Group

The Rail Delivery Group has announced that train fares are expected to increase on average by 3.1% next year, the 4th time in the last six years that prices have been lower than July's RPI measure of inflation.
train stations

Future-gazing: what train stations will offer by 2030

Dave Ashton, CEO of Loco2, discusses what train stations will offer by 2030 thanks to technology and innovation
disabled road users

Muscular Dystrophy UK partnership to improve journeys for disabled road users

A new partnership with charity Muscular Dystrophy UK (MDUK) will bring Changing Places accessible toilets to the majority of motorway service areas — making journeys easier for disabled road users across England
road improvements

£1.5b road improvements project reaches half-way point

The UK's biggest road upgrade has reached its half-way point and is set to transform journeys on one of England's most vital roads.
road accidents

The most common causes for road accidents per London borough in 2017

Statistics for the year ending June 2018 show 26,610 people have died or been severely injured due to road accidents

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